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At 6’5 and 195 pounds, Noah Grubbs, the talented quarterback from Lake Mary High School in Florida, is making headlines across the nation. With a strong arm and exceptional skills, Grubbs has emerged as one of the top prospects in the class of 2026, currently holding the coveted spot as the #3 Pro Style QB.

Grubbs' journey to success began at a young age, as he reminisced, "I started playing football around the age of 6 and have had so many coaches in my youth that have impacted me in my knowledge of the game." Among those influential figures were Coach Tyson Hinshaw and his father, who played pivotal roles in his development. However, it was the encounter with Quarterback Trainer Baylin Trujillo that propelled Grubbs to new heights. "Baylin Trujillo... believed in my abilities to play the quarterback position at a very high level," Grubbs recalled. Under Trujillo's guidance, Grubbs made the decision to focus solely on football, a choice that has led to numerous accolades and opportunities.

When asked about his training regimen, Grubbs emphasized the importance of consistency. "I train with my QB Trainer, Baylin Trujillo, at least 2 to 3 times a week," he explained. Additionally, he works with Speed and Strength coach Tony Ponton to enhance his athleticism, showcasing his dedication to continuous improvement.

As the recruiting process unfolds, Grubbs finds himself in the enviable position of choosing from a plethora of offers. "I just dropped my Top 10 schools," he revealed, listing prestigious programs such as Notre Dame, Miami, and Ohio State among his considerations. With over 24 Division 1 full scholarships on the table, Grubbs plans to attend camps at his top schools this summer, inching closer to a decision that may come as early as July.

Beyond the gridiron, Grubbs remains grounded in his faith and values. "I am a believer in Jesus Christ... and I am just all about my family and friends," he affirmed. Raised with a sense of discipline and respect instilled by his military veteran father, Grubbs balances his athletic pursuits with hobbies like playing Madden and Fortnite with friends online.

As Noah Grubbs continues to hone his craft and navigate the recruiting process, one thing is certain – his future in football shines bright, and the gridiron awaits his next move.

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